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the last few days hampered by the superstorm sandy, getting more machines in place. adding more chairs for senior citizens. and extending hours to 9:00 p.m. to accommodate more voters. >> it took about 10 or 12 minutes to wait, and the voting is really fast. >> have a wonderful day. >> reporter: in columbia heights, there were more machines and more staff, and no long lines thursday in this culturally diverse section of washington. ward 1 council member jim graham was furious on saturday when he saw the long lines and limited voting machines. >> i kept asking, you know, you've got the machines, don't you? yes, they did have the machines. and yet they hadn't made them available. >> a list of voting places is on our website, nbcwashington.com. search early voting. it was so much better today. >> good. the process needs to get smooth. >> you have to be prepared for citywide voting. >> you want to wait indoors in a long line. it was chilly out there. >> real chilly out there. average high temperature 63 degrees. it makes for a beautiful fall afternoon. 52 and cloud cover with sprinkles. ma
at the site in the wake of the superstorm sandy. like other parts of the city the 14-acre aquarium flooded, lost electricity. the staff has been working to restore the filtration systems necessary to keep those animals alive. there isn't enough electricity to keep all of the exhibits and the holding tanks going. so if the full power isn't back up in a couple of days, they may have to relocate those creatures to other aquariums for the time being. the coney island aquarium, it is home to some 12,000 marine animals. and that includes walruses. sharks. and penguins. if you just don't think about the breadth of this emergency and what some people have to contend with. >>> so who pays for repairs to your car if a tree falls and hits it? what about if a tree falls between your yard and your neighbor's yard? and if your appliances were flooded by sandy, can they be salvaged or are they a total loss? liz crenshaw joins us now with a special edition of "ask liz." busy end of the week here. the important questions. our first one has to do with damage to your car from a tree. so liz, who pays for the
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